Discussion in 'General Martial Arts Discussion' started by arnisador, Feb 24, 2007.
News of the Weird: Carry-on items confiscated include nunchucks, baby alligator
A 'De-Disneyfied' Wonderland
The heroine is a martial-arts instructor trying to rescue her boyfriend
A review elsewhere in the paper wasn't very upbeat about the miniseries.
Army Captain Prepares for MMA While in Iraq.
Fairbanks native Capt. Eli Donker using deployment time to get ready for professional MMA fights
The article in the paper had some pictures too. he's also on Facebook:
Taylor Lautner did some martial arts stuff on Saturday Night Live last night--gymnastic martial arts and a quick bo staff spinning demonstration, then he attacked a Kanye West dummy (he's dating Taylor Swift). It looks like he twice failed to kick the dummy's head off, then ended up backfisting it off so the bit could continue.
Russian beauty makes boxing history
Japanese women put up a fight
Japanese Women Wrestlers develop 10 moves a year.
Japanese Male Wrestlers adopt 7 of those, the other 3 are too brutal.
Mexican Wrestlers snag 4 of those 7.
US Wrestlers whimper in fear that they'll run into the Japanese women.
Vince McMahon counts his money.
Federal Court Limits the Use of Tasers.
Federal Court Limits the Use of Tasers
I do wonder if tasers have started to be used too freely, as though they were a completely benign way to resolve a situation...some backward motion on that matter may be needed.
I didn't know that was a sign of a midlife crisis...
Kung fu master puts a beat-down on the mister
Scandal-tainted Asashoryu calls it quits
Who Is Who: Bulgarian Former Top Secret Service Agent Aleksei Petrov
The Female Factor
Women’s Influence Grows in Bulgarian Public Life
Zimbabwe: ZKU Executive Face Huge Task
Beverly master Bernie Mulligan reaches highest rank in Aikido
Madoff Beaten in Prison
Ponzi Schemer Was Assaulted by Another Inmate in December; Officials Deny Incident
‘One Perfect Suit’
Minneapolis’s near-mint set of samurai armor
The print edition had a nice photograph of it too.
Bow-Hunting Is In, Scooters Are Out
Competitive Boxing at the U.S. Military Academy.
Cadets Develop a Fighting Spirit
Jedi Knights walk among us
The "Man-Catcher" returns as a self-defense tool for Chinese schools.
Execution does not stop Chinese knife attacks
This appears to be the man-catcher used by the Japanese to round up rogue samurai in the late 1800s (and of course used by others elsewhere). What's old is new again--even in these days of firearms, we're seeing knife and hammer attacks and the suggested use of an archaic weapon in response.
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